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Tony Awards Administration Committee Makes Final Decisions

By New York City
Stephanie J. Block
in The Pirate Queen
(© Joan Marcus)
Stephanie J. Block
in The Pirate Queen
(© Joan Marcus)
The Tony Awards Administration Committee met today for the final time this season to decide the eligibility of 13 Broadway productions for the 2007 American Theatre Wing's Tony Awards. All decisions other than those listed below are consistent with opening night credits.

The Tony Award nominations will be announced on Tuesday, May 15; the awards will be presented on Sunday, June 10 at Radio City Music Hall and broadcast live on CBS-TV.

Stephanie J. Block and Hadley Fraser will be considered in the Leading Actress and Actor in a Musical categories for their performances in The Pirate Queen; Laura Bell Bundy will be considered in the Leading Actress in a Musical category for her performance in Legally Blonde; Donna Murphy and Michael Cerveris will be considered in the Leading Actress and Actor in a Musical categories for their performances in LoveMusik; John Cullum will be considered in the Featured Actor in a Musical category for his performance in 110 in the Shade; Tonya Pinkins, Anthony Chisholm, and John Earl Jelks will be considered in the Featured Actress and Actor in a Play categories for their performances in Radio Golf. In addition, the music for Coram Boy will be eligible in the Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre category.


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